Come celebrate our good buds The Tunesmiths CD Release and El Roostars Reunion show and possibly the last Faces At The Palace concert series.
The Sundresses, The Bad Reeds (FREE) @ NorthSide Tavern
The Bad Reeds, Scott Carney in COLUMBUS
“LEO: Solid rock is having another moment now, and your new album sounds very in synch with the new ZZ Top, who are perpetually hip. How do you feel about blues-inspired rock’s place in the commercial world? Hunter Embry: Blues is the roots, everything else is the fruits. It’s a warm, comfy feeling for us. We started what would eventually be The Bad Reeds in high school (seven or eight years go), and the style of music was in response to everything else that was around at the time. What we were doing wasn’t hip and was better suited for our parents and their friends. It’s nice to hear music of a similar style on the radio now.”